About

A stunning heritage building located in the heart of downtown Kingston, the Grand Theatre presents hundreds of performances every year.

Subscriptions

Grand OnStage subscribers have access to the best seats at the best prices. Choose four or more shows every season to experience the benefits.

Tickets

Tickets

Tickets are available for purchase in person, by phone and online. Learn more about our policies and ways to save here.

Donate

Donate

Support of the Grand Theatre through the Grand Theatre Foundation happens on many levels.

Education

Education

The Grand Theatre aims to inspire and spark creative curiosity for all members of the community. We offer a wide range of engagement programs and events.

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Amenities

Amenities

Find out more about wifi, refreshments, accessibility and other features of the Grand Theatre.

Visiting Kingston

Visiting Kingston

Located at the intersection of the St. Lawrence River and Lake Ontario, Kingston is home to the finest freshwater sailing in the world, and is a gateway to the Thousand Islands.

Accessibility

Accessibility

The Grand Theatre welcomes the diversity of its patrons and visitors and is committed to working with individuals to remove barriers to participation where possible.

Charitable Requests

Kingston-based charitable organizations can request a Grand OnStage ticket voucher for our 2019-20 season to be used for fundraising events. 

The Grand Theatre

Meanwhile, out on a hike with his adorable daughter leading the way, Shaun Majumder videos a special message for Kingston.     
Tickets to Shaun's hilarious "HATE" tour on Feb. 29 in bio link.
The destruction of Africville, Nova Scotia took several years. Residents who could prove they owned their land were offered payment equal to the value of their houses. Residents without proof – some residents did not have deeds, even if their families had lived on the site for generations – were offered $500. Those who resisted relocation could have their lands expropriated by the city. There were also some accounts of bribery and intimidation being used against residents to force them from the neighbourhood. In the end, despite resistance, all residents were relocated; the last remaining Africville home was destroyed in January of 1970.
Read more from The Canadian Museum for Human Rights at https://bit.ly/39X1g03

We invite you to attend Africville Stories featuring Joe Sealy, Jackie Richardson and Paul Novotny together in a fusion of song, narration and music spanning jazz, R&B and gospel on Saturday, February 1 at 7:30pm. Specially discounted tickets available on our website. Link in bio
If you’ve never heard of Africville, you’re not alone; the tragic story of this small Black community in Nova Scotia is not as well known as it should be. It is part of a much larger story of Black settlers in Nova Scotia, which goes back hundreds of years. We're proud to present this important event, Africville Stories, on Saturday, February 1 at 7:30 pm.  It features Joe Sealy, Jackie Richardson and Paul Novotny together in a fusion of song, narration and music spanning jazz, R&B and gospel. Discounted tickets are available on our website, link in bio.
The event is made possible by a generous sponsorship from Shoalts & Zaback Architects Ltd.
Today's message is "LOVE". Enjoy your weekend and commit a random act of kindness in Kingston.  ️  ️ It's love, pass it on.

Location

The Grand Theatre
218 Princess St.
Kingston ON K7L 1B2

Contact

Tel: 613.530.2050
Fax: 613.545.7890
Email: grandtheatre2@cityofkingston.ca

Hours

The Grand Theatre Box Office hours are Monday through Saturday noon to 6 p.m.; open until at least showtime when there is a performance and two hours prior to a performance on Sundays and holidays.

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